Words — 30 found
1. to lose; to be defeated
2. to succumb; to give in; to surrender; to yieldOnly applies to 負ける
3. to be inferior toOnly applies to 負ける
4. to break out in a rash due to (e.g. lacquer, shaving, etc.)Only applies to 負ける, See also 気触れる かぶれる
5. to reduce the price; to give a discount; to throw in (something extra) for freeOnly applies to 負ける
敗ける 【まける】、敗北る 【まける】
敗北る: Irregular kanji usage.
1. poor loser; make excuses; unwilling to admit defeat; sour grapes
負惜しみ 【まけおしみ】、負け惜み 【まけおしみ】、負惜み 【まけおしみ】
負惜しみ: Irregular okurigana usage. 負け惜み: Irregular okurigana usage. 負惜み: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. loser; failure; underdog; unsuccessful person; non-achiever; loser dog
- I can't stand getting beaten.
2. unmarried and childless older womanSlang, Derogatory, See also お一人様 おひとりさま
1. loss of a low-ranked wrestler in the extra eighth bout in the tournamentSumo term
1. backbiting of a coward; grumblings of a loser; the far-off bark of a retreating dogIdiomatic expression
1. hating to lose; always wanting to win; unyielding; competitiveSee also 負けず嫌い
1. hating to lose; unyielding; unbending; competitive; sore loser; determined
1. losers (those who have 'failed' socially, economically, etc.)Antonym: 勝ち組